Byron Vaigneur, 84, of Jackson, S.C., worked at the Savannah River Site for 33 years. He started work in 1954 and retired in 1987. "I wouldn't change a thing in my life," he said. Vaigneur later developed breast cancer and chronic beryllium disease for which he received $350,000 from the federal government.
Byron Vaigneur, 84, of Jackson, S.C., worked at the Savannah River Site for 33 years. He started work in 1954 and retired in 1987. "I wouldn't change a thing in my life," he said. Vaigneur later developed breast cancer and chronic beryllium disease for which he received $350,000 from the federal government. Gerry Melendez McClatchy/The State
Byron Vaigneur, 84, of Jackson, S.C., worked at the Savannah River Site for 33 years. He started work in 1954 and retired in 1987. "I wouldn't change a thing in my life," he said. Vaigneur later developed breast cancer and chronic beryllium disease for which he received $350,000 from the federal government. Gerry Melendez McClatchy/The State

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